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4HA-10PA

Annual Container Garden

9/1/2021 (new)
Authors: Isaac Hilpp

The Annual Container Garden Contest is a perfect opportunity to showcase a container garden that you have created and cared for. Remember that this contest is specific to annual, non-vegetable plants. Annuals are plants that survive for only one growing season. Kentucky's cold winter temperatures kill outdoor annuals. Annual plants are grown for their unique foliage or colorful flowers.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Energy: General (4HA series)
Size: 450 kb
Pages: 3



4HA-11PA

Vegetable Container Garden

9/1/2021 (new)
Authors: Isaac Hilpp

The Vegetable Container Garden Contest is a perfect opportunity to showcase a container garden that you have created and cared for. Remember that this contest is specific to vegetable plants.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Energy: General (4HA series)
Size: 695 kb
Pages: 3



4FC-01LA

Code Name: Home Alone

8/30/2021 (new)
Authors: Isaac Hilpp

The Code Name: Home Alone Curriculum was developed by the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service to address the issue of youth being alone without an adult present. The curriculum focuses on youth and guardians learning about issues related to youth self-care, safety and overall well-being when they are home alone and/or with siblings without adult supervision. It stresses family communication through individual, group/classroom, adult and youth activities, and Family Newsletters. It is designed to be used in the classroom, and in 4-H groups, youth groups, family groups, and as self-passed lessons with a video guide.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Citizenship, Community Involvement: Community Service and Action (4FC series)
Size: 13.70 mb
Pages: 180



4FF-03PA

Home Environment Project Unit 3: Where I Live

8/30/2021 (new)
Authors: Isaac Hilpp

In this project you will learn some guidelines for using the design elements. You'll learn how rhythm, balance, scale and proportion, emphasis and unity work together to make every project more attractive. You will have the opportunity to apply what you have learned while working on various projects and activities in and around your home. Some activities you can do by yourself. Other things you may want to do with other members of your family, your project leader or other club members.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Citizenship, Community Involvement: International Study (4FF series)
Size: 4.15 mb
Pages: 28



4FF-04PA

Home Environment Project Unit 4: In My Home

8/30/2021 (new)
Authors: Isaac Hilpp

Unit IV: In My Home offers more opportunities for you to work with design and find out more about yourself, your home, and your community. You can explore what you like about your home and why it's a special place to be. You'll learn how to make things for your home. You can also learn more about your family--where your ancestors lived, how they lived, and what that means to you. And you'll be able to do things with other 4-H members and friends.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Citizenship, Community Involvement: International Study (4FF series)
Size: 5.10 mb
Pages: 28



4FF-01PA

Home Environment Project Unit 1: Exploring Your Home

8/29/2021 (new)
Authors: Isaac Hilpp

Home Environment Unit I: Exploring Your Home introduces 4-H'ers to activities to help them become interested in their homes and learn how to make them more attractive. They can do some of the activities by themselves. Other things should be done with a guardian or a club leader giving guidance.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Citizenship, Community Involvement: International Study (4FF series)
Size: 1.40 mb
Pages: 24



4FF-02PA

Home Environment Project Unit 2: Living with Others

8/29/2021 (new)
Authors:

Home Environment II: Living With Others builds on the skills and concepts 4-H'ers learned in Unit I, Exploring Your Home. If some of your members have not completed that unit, they should review the material in order to learn some of the basic concepts of design.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Citizenship, Community Involvement: International Study (4FF series)
Size: 1.17 mb
Pages: 28



4LE-01LO

Mexico: Dia de los Muertos Paper Crafts

8/29/2021 (new)
Authors:

Day of the Dead (or Dia de los Muertos) is an important part of Mexican culture. A two-day celebration of life and death, Day of the Dead is not a version of how we typically think of Halloween--it is a cultural tradition to honor lost family members. Death is perceived as a natural phase of life in Mexico, and those who have passed on are remembered in spirit and memory. It is believed that during Dia de los Muertos, the spirits of the dead return to earth temporarily.

Departments: 4-H Horse Program, 4-H Programs
Series: International Program (4LE series)
Size: 1.25 mb
Pages: 13



4LE-02LO

Asian Cultures: Lanterns

8/29/2021 (new)
Authors:

Lanterns are found in several cultures and symbolize different things. Each year Taiwan hosts a world-renowned Lantern Festival. The Lantern Festival is celebrated annually on the 15th day of the first lunar month to mark the grand finale of the Chinese New Year celebrations. It is also the very first full moon day of the New Year, symbolizing the coming of the spring.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: International Program (4LE series)
Size: 529 kb
Pages: 6



4LE-03LO

Japanese Culture: One Thousand Paper Cranes

8/29/2021 (new)
Authors:

Origami has a rich and complex history that spans culture, class and geography, composed of the Japanese words oru (to fold) and kami (paper) (PBS, 2017). Paper was first invented in China around 105 AD and was brought to Japan by monks in the sixth century. Handmade paper was a luxury item only available to a few, and paper folding in ancient Japan was strictly for ceremonial purposes, often religious in nature (PBS, 2017). Traditional origami is characterized by open-access folding patterns and sequences passed down orally or anonymously from generation to generation. Modern origami often features models created by designers (PBS, 2017).

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: International Program (4LE series)
Size: 4.00 mb
Pages: 6



4LE-04LO

Scandinavian Culture: Woven Heart Ornaments and Gnomes

8/29/2021 (new)
Authors: Isaac Hilpp

Folklore is sometimes referred to as folk culture and can be defined as the study of customs, traditions, and folk tales of a group of people. Swedish scholars have defined folklore in two ways: 1) folklivsforskning or the "study of folk life," including traditional materials and practices, and 2) folkminnesforsknin, referring to folk knowledge passed down from generation to generation, through stories, songs, and plays, to teach traditions, beliefs, and customs (Kongas, 1963).

Departments: 4-H Horse Program, 4-H Programs
Series: International Program (4LE series)
Size: 1.28 mb
Pages: 11



4LE-05LO

Brazil: The Carnival Celebration

8/29/2021 (new)
Authors:

According to Britannica (2019) Brazil is the largest and furthest East country on the South American Continent. Brazil shares a border with every South American county except Chile and Ecuador. Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world by size with 3,287,956 square miles of land and is the only country that the equator and the tropic of Capricorn run through it. Brazil is home to more than just the rainforest but also includes deserts and a variety of oceanic microclimates.

Departments: 4-H Horse Program, 4-H Programs
Series: International Program (4LE series)
Size: 450 kb
Pages: 4



4LE-06LO

Peru: Llamas and Panpipes "Siku"

8/29/2021 (new)
Authors:

People living in the Andes Mountains have been using llamas as pack animals (animals used to move supplies and equipment) for hundreds of years. "Siku" is one name used for panpipes or pan flutes played in Peru! Sizes of panpipes can vary in Andes regions. Many are small yet others are as large as 4 feet long. In this craft, you will be creating a version of a siku (panpipe) that incorporates the same technique!

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: International Program (4LE series)
Size: 585 kb
Pages: 6



4LE-07LO

Costa Rican Rainforest Binoculars and Terrarium

8/29/2021 (new)
Authors:

Costa Rica is a country in Central America, bordered by Nicaragua to the north, the Caribbean Sea to the northeast, Panama to the southeast, and the Pacific Ocean to the southwest. It is not an island but is on the isthmus that connects North America and South America. Geographically it's a part of North America but has cultural roots in Latin America.

Departments: 4-H Horse Program, 4-H Programs
Series: International Program (4LE series)
Size: 311 kb
Pages: 4



FCS2-342

Shoe Savvy

11/10/2020 (reviewed)
Authors: Jeanne Badgett, Marjorie Baker

Putting your best foot forward is much easier if you have the right footwear. Most people agree that shoes are an important wardrobe item. Everyone wears them. Not only are they a necessity, but shoes are also a major fashion accessory. For such an important item, most of us know less about selecting footwear than any other element of clothing

Departments: 4-H Programs, Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: FCS: Clothing and Textiles (FCS2 series)
Size: 190 kb
Pages: 4



FCS2-347

Accessories The Finishing Touch

11/10/2020 (reviewed)
Authors: Jeanne Badgett, Marjorie Baker

Clothing experts predict accessories will be more important as styles become more classic and investment dressing a necessity. Wise consumers can no longer afford to purchase clothes having a short fashion life; they are buying fewer clothing items of better quality. Accessories make basic clothing versatile by changing the mood and image of an outfit.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: FCS: Clothing and Textiles (FCS2 series)
Size: 2.80 mb
Pages: 16



FCS2-809

Wardrobe Strategies

11/10/2020 (reviewed)
Authors: Jeanne Badgett, Marjorie Baker

Learning to look and feel beautiful begins with recognizing, understanding and accepting yourself. Fitting the full-figured woman is not merely a case of enlarging a small silhouette; it requires detailed attention to scale and proportion. Garment size is not the issue--body image is!

Departments: 4-H Programs, Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: FCS: Clothing and Textiles (FCS2 series)
Size: 175 kb
Pages: 4



CLD3-2

Delivering Your Marketing Message: Planning Productive Promotions

5/8/2019 (major revision)
Authors: Jennifer Bridge, Ken Culp, Janet Johnson

Effective marketing messages build awareness and interest in an organization's programs, products, and services. Successful promotions begin with a plan to deliver the right message to the right people for greatest participation and impact.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Allen County, Community and Leadership Development, County Extension, Meade County
Series: Using Leadership Skills to Improve Quality of Life (CLD3 series)
Size: 202 kb
Pages: 4



CLD3-3

Building Your Marketing Toolkit

5/8/2019 (major revision)
Authors: Jennifer Bridge, Ken Culp, Janet Johnson

To begin assembling your organization's marketing toolkit, ask the following question: What are the most basic and useful tools that could be implemented to market our organization, its programs and activities?

Departments: 4-H Programs, Allen County, Community and Leadership Development, County Extension, Meade County
Series: Using Leadership Skills to Improve Quality of Life (CLD3 series)
Size: 185 kb
Pages: 5



CLD3-1

Marketing Your Organization: The Power of Image

3/27/2019 (major revision)
Authors: Jennifer Bridge, Ken Culp, Janet Johnson

Communities embrace and support organizations that implement an effective marketing plan. An effective marketing plan helps organizations communicate their purpose and build an image through branding.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Allen County, Community and Leadership Development, County Extension, Meade County
Series: Using Leadership Skills to Improve Quality of Life (CLD3 series)
Size: 160 kb
Pages: 3



CLD1-8

Understanding Generational Differences

2/23/2017 (reprinted)
Authors: Ken Culp

Family members who have shared the same experiences and usually have similar values can view the same situations or recall specific events so differently. These differences in perspective are usually attributable to generational differences.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Personal Leadership (CLD1 series)
Size: 388 kb
Pages: 8



4LB-12LO

Volunteer Kentucky! Session 1: Overview

2/1/2017 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Session Goal: To introduce a framework for community volunteer and/or leadership organizations to follow when generating, educating, mobilizing and sustaining volunteers.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Leaders and Council (4LB series)
Size: 256 kb
Pages: 4



4LB-13LO

Volunteer Kentucky! Session 2: Generate

2/1/2017 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Session Goal: To examine organizational processes leading to successful participant recruitment and the fulfillment of mutually satisfying community service goals.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Leaders and Council (4LB series)
Size: 348 kb
Pages: 10



4LB-14LO

Volunteer Kentucky! Session 3: Educate

2/1/2017 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Session Goal: To develop the educational processes that ensure a successful participant experience and continued service to the organization.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Leaders and Council (4LB series)
Size: 347 kb
Pages: 8



4LB-15LO

Volunteer Kentucky! Session 4: Mobilize

2/1/2017 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Session Goal: To mobilize attendees to accomplish organizational goals by engaging, motivating and supervising members, participants, volunteers and leaders.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Leaders and Council (4LB series)
Size: 278 kb
Pages: 6



4LB-16LO

Volunteer Kentucky! Session 5: Sustain

2/1/2017 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Session Goal: To improve organizational viability by sustaining members, volunteers and leaders.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Leaders and Council (4LB series)
Size: 302 kb
Pages: 6



4LB-17LO

Volunteer Kentucky! Session 6: Culminate

2/1/2017 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Session Goal: Participants will celebrate completion of the Volunteer Kentucky! Series; demonstrating competence as volunteer administrators by sharing culminating projects.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Leaders and Council (4LB series)
Size: 249 kb
Pages: 2



CLD2-5-4H

Using a SWOT Analysis: Taking a Look at Your Organization: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

5/16/2016 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp, Christy Eastwood, Susan Turner

A SWOT analysis is a simple review process. When combined with a goal-setting activity, SWOT is a useful tool that will provide your organization with a roadmap to set and reach its goals successfully.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 292 kb
Pages: 7



4LC-02MO

4-H Club Officer's Training Manual, Senior Level

4/20/2016 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

An overview of the duties, roles and responsibilities of 4-H Club Officers.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Officers (4LC series)
Size: 1.31 mb
Pages: 36



CLD2-11-4H

Financial Oversight for a Nonprofit Organization: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

7/20/2015 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Successful organizations follow regulations and guidelines pertaining to sound financial management practices. The members, leaders and volunteers of an organization should understand the need for accurate and timely reporting and have both internal and external rules of management in place.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 283 kb
Pages: 6



CLD2-7-4H

Educating Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Empower Your Group by Developing Leadership: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

7/20/2015 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Educating, empowering and equipping 4-H members, volunteers and leaders adds stability, quality and effectiveness to the organization and its provided programs.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 273 kb
Pages: 7



CLD2-8-4H

Mobilizing Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Calling the Group to Action: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

7/20/2015 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

To effectively serve the needs of people in a community, members, volunteers and leaders of 4-H must be mobilized to action. Mobilizing is the key component of a volunteer program and is the step in which education, youth development, service and leadership all begin.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 217 kb
Pages: 4



CLD2-9-4H

Sustaining Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Strengthening an Organization by Building Traditions: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

7/20/2015 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Sustaining members, volunteers and leaders and their continued efforts and service to the program is imperative to the continued health and well-being of 4-H or any community organization. Sustaining adds stability, credibility and continuity to organizations.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 267 kb
Pages: 3



CLD2-6-4H

Developing and Implementing an Action Plan for Community Organizations: Giving New Direction to Established Organizations: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

3/26/2015 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

The goal of this program is developing and implementing an action plan that will inspire and set in motion the actions needed to accomplish the 4-H organization's vision.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 331 kb
Pages: 9



CLD2-4-4H

Generating Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Grow Your Group by Building Its Membership: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

8/15/2014 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Successful organizations consist of members, volunteers and leaders who engage creative talents and interests to serve the community more effectively. To effectively address community issues, the organization must assess its participant needs with specific roles and responsibilities necessary to take action.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 271 kb
Pages: 5



CLD2-2-4H

Visioning: Setting the Future for Your Organization: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

7/17/2014 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

A vision statement outlines the desired future state of an organization; it offers a picture of what could be and encourages the organization to move toward that image. When a vision statement is developed, utilizing a process that engages an organization's members and leadership, it becomes a tool of empowerment. A vision statement reflects the core values of the organization.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 203 kb
Pages: 8



CLD2-1-4H

Understanding Your Organization's Culture: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

7/2/2014 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

A variety of features give an organization meaning and make it familiar and recognizable. One of these features is culture. Understanding culture in the general sense can lead to a working knowledge of organizational culture. This understanding could result in more effective members, volunteers and leaders, expanded community engagement and increased growth for your organization.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 361 kb
Pages: 5



FCS2-304

Seams and Seam Finishes

3/10/2014 (major revision)
Authors: Marjorie Baker, Linda Heaton

This publication is a guide to sewing various seams and seam finishes. The seam is the basic structural element of a garment or household textile item. Carefully selected and well-constructed seams and seam finishes are important steps in the construction process.

Departments: Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: FCS: Clothing and Textiles (FCS2 series)
Size: 23.90 mb
Pages: 13



4KA-03PO

4-H Demonstrations

9/19/2013 (new)
Authors: Jennifer Tackett

A demonstration is a method used to communicate an idea by showing and telling. Visual aids are used to enhance the presentation.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Communications, Arts, and Sciences: Public Speaking (4KA series)
Size: 465 kb
Pages: 4



4KA-04PO

4-H Speeches

9/19/2013 (new)
Authors: Jennifer Tackett

4-H members can learn how to prepare and present a speech on any topic they feel passionate about.

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Communications, Arts, and Sciences: Public Speaking (4KA series)
Size: 430 kb
Pages: 3



CLD1-6-4H

Significant Leadership Characteristics: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

4/4/2013 (minor revision)
Authors: Ken Culp

It is important for every person to have a strong understanding of what leadership is, what good leadership looks like and how it can vary between task and relationship-oriented approaches for maximum leadership development potential.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Personal Leadership (CLD1 series)
Size: 398 kb
Pages: 8



CLD2-6

Developing and Implementing an Action Plan for Community Organizations: Giving New Direction to Established Organizations

2/6/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

There are several steps involved in preparing for, developing and implementing an action plan for an organization. These steps will be discussed in detail in this publication

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 270 kb
Pages: 3



CLD2-7

Educating Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Empower Your Group by Developing Leadership

2/6/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Individuals who are well-equipped to serve the organization effectively will have a more positive experience with the organization. The four components involved in educating members, volunteers and leaders include: orient, protect, resource and teach.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 262 kb
Pages: 4



CLD2-7-FCS

Educating Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Empower Your Group by Developing Leadership: FCS Facilitator's Guide

2/6/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp, Janet Johnson

Educating, empowering and equipping organizational participants adds stability, quality and effectiveness to the organization and its provided programs.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 391 kb
Pages: 9



CLD2-8

Mobilizing Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Calling the Group to Action

2/6/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

To effectively serve community needs, members, volunteers and leaders of community organizations must be mobilized to action. Mobilizing is the key component of a volunteer program and is the step in which service, leadership and action all begin.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 244 kb
Pages: 3



CLD2-9

Sustaining Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Strengthening an Organization by Building Traditions

2/6/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Sustaining members, volunteers and leaders and their continued efforts and service to the program is imperative to the continued health and well-being of any community organization. Sustaining adds stability, credibility and continuity to organizations.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 271 kb
Pages: 4



CLD2-3

Kentucky Extension Leadership Development: Strengthening Organizational Leadership with the GEMS Model of Volunteer Involvement

2/5/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

To organize and coordinate the efforts of many volunteers, a framework for volunteer engagement and leadership development is needed. In response to rapidly changing needs of volunteer coordinators, the GEMS Model of volunteer involvement was developed.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 365 kb
Pages: 4



CLD2-4

Generating Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Grow Your Group by Building Its Membership

2/5/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Effective organizations are composed of a variety of members, volunteers and leaders. The collective interests, skills and abilities of these individuals can be called to action in order to fulfill identified community needs and assist or serve specific clientele, audiences or populations.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 347 kb
Pages: 8



CLD2-4-FCS

Generating Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Grow Your Group by Building Its Membership: FCS Facilitator's Guide

2/5/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp, Janet Johnson

Successful organizations consist of members, volunteers and leaders who engage creative talents and interests to better serve the community. In order to effectively address community issues, the organization must assess its participant needs with specific roles and responsibilities necessary to take action.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
Size: 514 kb
Pages: 11



CLD1-10-4H

Speaking for Success: How to Influence Others: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

1/18/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Communicating with others through public speaking plays an important role in society. From dreaming to persuading to recruiting, from informing to inspiring to initiating; being an effective public speaker can lead to more successful results and outcomes for individuals, groups or organizations.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Personal Leadership (CLD1 series)
Size: 370 kb
Pages: 6



CLD1-1-4H

The Power of Motivation: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

1/18/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Motivation, as a concept, explains why people think and behave the way they do. In order to have personal or organizational success one must recognize key concepts that motivate behavior to meet needs and desires.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Personal Leadership (CLD1 series)
Size: 801 kb
Pages: 6



CLD1-2-4H

People Learn with a Purpose: Understanding Learning Styles: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

1/18/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

People learn for different purposes, and they process information and learn in very different ways. Some common purposes for learning are to be able to gather information for informed decisions, to achieve a specific goal or simply to increase knowledge. Understanding why and how you process information most effectively is essential to learning, and it is especially important to effectively teach others.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Personal Leadership (CLD1 series)
Size: 350 kb
Pages: 5



CLD1-3-4H

Communication Essentials for Good Impressions: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

1/18/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Communication is the key to effective leadership as well as fulfilling both the vision and mission of organization.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Personal Leadership (CLD1 series)
Size: 362 kb
Pages: 4



CLD1-4-4H

Influencing Others with the Stories You Tell: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

1/18/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Effective leaders have learned that good illustrations make a point. Stories can be used to teach, mentor and coach others.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Personal Leadership (CLD1 series)
Size: 339 kb
Pages: 4



CLD1-5-4H

Followership: Understanding the Basics of Teamwork: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

1/18/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

One cannot be a leader without followers. Some would argue that this makes followers just as important as leaders when developing teams and exercising leadership. It is, therefore, important to understand why and how people follow others.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Personal Leadership (CLD1 series)
Size: 334 kb
Pages: 4



CLD1-7-4H

Understanding and Dealing with Conflict: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

1/18/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Successful conflict resolution relies on understanding how to utilize the correct conflict response for each circumstance and the removal of barriers for effectiveness.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Personal Leadership (CLD1 series)
Size: 355 kb
Pages: 4



CLD1-8-4H

Understanding Generational Differences: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

1/18/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Each generation is significantly different from those who preceded and followed it because each generation was shaped and molded by markedly different societal influences during its developmental years. These differences in perspective are usually attributed to generational differences.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Personal Leadership (CLD1 series)
Size: 345 kb
Pages: 4



CLD1-9-4H

The Influence of Personal Characteristics: Personality, Culture and Environment: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

1/18/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

In order to grow as an effective leader, you must understand yourself as well as those with whom you interact and lead. Effective leaders must understand differences in personal characteristics of others.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Personal Leadership (CLD1 series)
Size: 339 kb
Pages: 4



CLD1-8-FCS

Understanding Generational Differences: FCS Facilitator's Guide

6/20/2012 (new)
Authors: Rosie Allen, Ken Culp, Janet Johnson, Laura Stephenson

By gaining a better understanding of the values that have shaped each generation, we increase our opportunity for building strong family, work and community relationships.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Personal Leadership (CLD1 series)
Size: 261 kb
Pages: 3



4JF-12PB

Needlework: Quilting

5/9/2012 (minor revision)
Authors: Marjorie Baker

Have fun while learning how to use a hand needle and thread and/or sewing machine, fabric, and batting to create useful well-constructed items through the needle art of quilting (hand and/or machine).

Departments: 4-H Programs, Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Crocheting (4JF series)
Size: 495 kb
Pages: 10



FCS7-194

Bullying 101: The Basics for Parents and Caregivers of a Bullied Child

7/29/2011 (new)
Authors: Amy Hosier, Deana Reed

Bullying is a serious issue that has been the subject of discussion for several years. This publication will help parents identify the symptoms of a bullied child, understand why they don't report the abuse and learn how to support them during their coping process.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Family and Consumer Sciences, HES Family Sciences
Series: FCS: Human Development and Family Relationships (FCS7 series)
Size: 858 kb
Pages: 5



4JD-01LB

4-H Sewing Leader's Guide

10/1/2009 (reprinted)
Authors: Marjorie Baker

The primary goal of the Kentucky 4-H Sewing program is to teach youngsters about the art and skills of using needle and thread to create useful items. This includes not only the use of a hand needle and thread but the sewing machine and the serger. Youngsters can learn to create clothing and wardrobe essentials as well as useful items for daily living.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Clothing and Textiles (4JD series)
Size: 183 kb
Pages: 6



4JD-01PB

Sewing Series: Let's Learn to Sew (Junior Level)

9/28/2009 (minor revision)
Authors: Marjorie Baker

The primary goal of the Kentucky 4-H Sewing program is to teach youngsters about the art and skills of using needle and thread to create useful items. This includes not only the use of a hand needle and thread but the sewing machine and the serger. Youngsters can learn to create clothing and wardrobe essentials as well as useful items for daily living.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Clothing and Textiles (4JD series)
Size: 7.21 mb
Pages: 57



4KA-01PB

Speak Up! Kentucky 4-H Talk Meet

3/4/2009 (reprinted)
Authors: Jan Burks

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Communications, Arts, and Sciences: Public Speaking (4KA series)
Size: 431 kb
Pages: 8



4KA-02PA

Would You Like to Do a 4-H Project Demonstration?

3/4/2009 (reprinted)
Authors: Jan Burks

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Communications, Arts, and Sciences: Public Speaking (4KA series)
Size: 1.40 mb
Pages: 16



FCS2-802

Selecting a Serger

4/8/2008 (reprinted)
Authors: Marjorie Baker

Departments: Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: FCS: Clothing and Textiles (FCS2 series)
Size: 672 kb
Pages: 8



FCS2-707

Caring for Your Textile Heirlooms

3/7/2008 (minor revision)
Authors: Marjorie Baker

Departments: Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: FCS: Clothing and Textiles (FCS2 series)
Size: 907 kb
Pages: 12



FCS2-821

Putting Your Best Look Forward: Business Dress

3/4/2008 (minor revision)
Authors: Marjorie Baker

Departments: Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: FCS: Clothing and Textiles (FCS2 series)
Size: 184 kb
Pages: 4



FCS2-803

Serger Basics Level 1

10/6/2007 (minor revision)
Authors: Marjorie Baker

Departments: Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: FCS: Clothing and Textiles (FCS2 series)
Size: 469 kb
Pages: 8



4LC-01MB

4-H Club Officers Manual

10/3/2007 (reprinted)
Authors: Anna Lucas

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Officers (4LC series)
Size: 87 kb
Pages: 12



FCS2-842

Zippers

6/22/2007 (new)
Authors: Marjorie Baker

Departments: Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: FCS: Clothing and Textiles (FCS2 series)
Size: 985 kb
Pages: 8



4LB-02OB

Effective County 4-H Councils: A Guide to Their Organization and Function

3/21/2007 (minor revision)
Authors: Ken Culp

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Leaders and Council (4LB series)
Size: 491 kb
Pages: 28



FCS2-807

Sleeve Savvy

3/13/2007 (minor revision)
Authors: Marjorie Baker

Departments: Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: FCS: Clothing and Textiles (FCS2 series)
Size: 1.24 mb
Pages: 12



4EC-01LA

The World of Work: A Guide to 4-H Workforce Preparation Workbooks

3/9/2007 (reprinted)
Authors: Martha Welch

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Economics, Jobs, Careers: Career Exploration (4EC series)
Size: 1.10 mb
Pages: 16



4EC-02PA

The World of Work: Scope It Out

3/9/2007 (reprinted)
Authors: Martha Welch

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Economics, Jobs, Careers: Career Exploration (4EC series)
Size: 700 kb
Pages: 16



4EC-01PA

Open Your Eyes to the World of Work

3/6/2007 (reprinted)
Authors: Martha Welch

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Economics, Jobs, Careers: Career Exploration (4EC series)
Size: 859 kb
Pages: 16



4EC-03PA

Jump Start for Job Seekers

3/6/2007 (reprinted)
Authors: Martha Welch

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Economics, Jobs, Careers: Career Exploration (4EC series)
Size: 1.15 mb
Pages: 24



FCS2-320

Hems

2/1/2007 (minor revision)
Authors: Marjorie Baker

Departments: Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: FCS: Clothing and Textiles (FCS2 series)
Size: 272 kb
Pages: 6



4FA-02PA

Exploring Citizenship Unit 2: My Neighborhood

5/15/2006 (reprinted)
Authors: Jan Burks

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Citizenship, Community Involvement: Know Your Community (4FA series)
Size: 1.02 mb
Pages: 16



4FA-01PB

Exploring Citizenship Unit 1

4/15/2006 (reprinted)
Authors: Jan Burks

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Citizenship, Community Involvement: Know Your Community (4FA series)
Size: 1.87 mb
Pages: 24



4FA-03PB

Exploring Citizenship Unit 3 My Clubs and Groups

4/15/2006 (reprinted)
Authors: Jan Burks

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Citizenship, Community Involvement: Know Your Community (4FA series)
Size: 299 kb
Pages: 24



4HA-01PB

4-H Energy Project 1

4/15/2006 (reprinted)
Authors: Dennis Goodman

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Energy: General (4HA series)
Size: 443 kb
Pages: 12



4LO-11SO

Identification Card for State Fair Exhibit

4/1/2005 (reprinted)
Authors: Jan Burks

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Other (4LO series)
Size: 133 kb
Pages: 1



4JF-13PA

Needlework: Knitting

3/21/2005 (minor revision)
Authors: Marjorie Baker, Linda Heaton

Departments: 4-H Programs, Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Crocheting (4JF series)
Size: 413 kb
Pages: 11



4JF-14PA

Needlework: Needlepoint

3/21/2005 (minor revision)
Authors: Marjorie Baker, Linda Heaton

Departments: 4-H Programs, Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Crocheting (4JF series)
Size: 228 kb
Pages: 8



4JF-10PA

Needlework: Crochet

3/15/2005 (minor revision)
Authors: Marjorie Baker, Linda Heaton

Welcome to crochet! You are going to learn a skill that will be lots of fun. Crochet projects are easy to take with you from place to place. Once you have learned the basics you will be able to make all sorts of fun things for yourself, your family, and your friends. So pick up your yarn and get hooked!

Departments: 4-H Programs, Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Crocheting (4JF series)
Size: 389 kb
Pages: 10



4JF-11PA

Needlework: Embroidery

12/1/2004 (new)
Authors: Marjorie Baker, Linda Heaton

Departments: 4-H Programs, Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Crocheting (4JF series)
Size: 255 kb
Pages: 11



4JF-15PA

Needlework: Tatting

12/1/2004 (new)
Authors: Marjorie Baker, Linda Heaton

Departments: 4-H Programs, Family and Consumer Sciences
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Crocheting (4JF series)
Size: 224 kb
Pages: 8



4LB-04LA

4-H Club Leader's Handbook

11/1/2004 (reprinted)
Authors: Anna Lucas

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Leaders and Council (4LB series)
Size: 1.20 mb
Pages: 24



4JN-04SO

Mealtime Manners

6/30/2004 (reprinted)
Authors: Jan Burks

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Manners (4JN series)
Size: 140 kb
Pages: 4



4JG-01PE

Let's Begin Cooking

2/1/2004 (reprinted)
Authors: Jan Burks

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Food and Nutrition (4JG series)
Size: 632 kb
Pages: 24



4JG-07PB

International Foods Project

2/1/2004 (minor revision)
Authors: Jan Burks

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Food and Nutrition (4JG series)
Size: 487 kb
Pages: 20



4LA-01PB

Exploring 4-H

6/15/2002 (reprinted)
Authors: Jan Burks

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Exploring 4-H (4LA series)
Size: 1.19 mb
Pages: 24



4LB-02SO

County 4-H Councils: Committees Concerned About 4-H/Youth Development

6/1/2001 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Leaders and Council (4LB series)
Size: 1.69 mb
Pages: 48



4JG-06PC

Teens Entertain

12/15/2000 (minor revision)
Authors: Anna Lucas

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Food and Nutrition (4JG series)
Size: 738 kb
Pages: 24



4JG-04PB

It's Time for Dinner

11/30/2000 (minor revision)
Authors: Anna Lucas

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Food and Nutrition (4JG series)
Size: 889 kb
Pages: 20



4JG-03PB

It's Time for Lunch

11/15/2000 (reprinted)
Authors: Anna Lucas

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Food and Nutrition (4JG series)
Size: 642 kb
Pages: 24



4JI-01PA

Dairy Foods Unit 1: Milk

11/1/2000 (reprinted)
Authors: Anna Lucas

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: (4JI series)
Size: 416 kb
Pages: 16



4FF-01PO

Exploring Citizenship Unit 7: My World

11/1/1998 (reprinted)
Authors: Anna Lucas

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Citizenship, Community Involvement: International Study (4FF series)
Size: 247 kb
Pages: 16



4IA-03PO

Kentucky 4-H Health Project: Keeping Fit

3/1/1998 (reprinted)
Authors: Karen Hicks

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Health and Safety: Health (4IA series)
Size: 2.31 mb
Pages: 16



4LD-03RA

Kentucky 4-H Record Summary

3/1/1998 (reprinted)
Authors: Anna Lucas

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Records (4LD series)
Size: 89 kb
Pages: 2



4JB-02PO

Home Environment Project Unit 2: Living with Others

1/16/1998 (reprinted)
Authors: Martha Welch

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Home Environment: Furnishings, Equipment, Housing (4JB series)
Size: 724 kb
Pages: 20



4LD-02RA

Kentucky 4-H Project Activity Record Form

1/13/1998 (reprinted)
Authors: Anna Lucas

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Records (4LD series)
Size: 27 kb
Pages: 2



4FB-01PO

Exploring Citizenship Unit 5: My Heritage

6/1/1996 (reprinted)
Authors: Anna Lucas

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Citizenship, Community Involvement: Know Your Government (4FB series)
Size: 830 kb
Pages: 20



4LD-07SC

Kentucky 4-H Junior Achievement Report Supplemental Form

4/1/1996 (reprinted)
Authors: Anna Lucas

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Records (4LD series)
Size: 584 kb
Pages: 4



4IA-01OO

4-H Radon Project

7/1/1994 (reprinted)
Authors: Susanna Dennome

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Health and Safety: Health (4IA series)
Size: 536 kb
Pages: 16



4LD-05RB

Kentucky Junior 4-H Achievement Report

3/1/1992 (reprinted)
Authors: Anna Lucas

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Records (4LD series)
Size: 160 kb
Pages: 8



4FA-#1LA

Exploring Citizenship Leader's Guide

8/6/1990 (reprinted)
Authors: Jan Burks

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Citizenship, Community Involvement: Know Your Community (4FA series)
Size: 174 kb
Pages: 8



4LD-06LA

Kentucky Junior 4-H Achievement Record Leader's Guide

7/1/1990 (reprinted)
Authors: Anna Lucas

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Introductory, General, Miscellaneous: Records (4LD series)
Size: 221 kb
Pages: 6



4JB-03PO

Home Environment Project Unit 3: Where I Live

2/5/1990 (reprinted)
Authors: Karen Hicks

Departments: 4-H Programs
Series: 4-H Individual and Family Resources: Home Environment: Furnishings, Equipment, Housing (4JB series)
Size: 3.43 mb
Pages: 24